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Most people have passed under the Arch of King Filipe V to enter the city of Ronda. In modern times especially, it doesn't mean much other than as an attractive decoration of this whitewashed town. The arch does have significance, all the same. It was...More
this is all part of the walk that one should take when in rondo. as you explore the old part of town - the cobblestone streets, narrow lanes and steep walkways. looking back through the arch makes for a lovely framed pic of the bridge...More
Back in the 18th century the arch was the main entrance into La Ciudad, and behind it and much lower than Puente Viejo is Arab Bridge. The the oldest of the 3 bridges .
I arrived from below from Puente San Miguel and to be...More